The foundation for Sensory Play is on creating sensory bins for your toddler’s self discoveries. Each bin focuses on a specific theme: Colors, Seasons, Celebrations, Alphabetical/Topical.
Sensory Play: Over 65 Sensory Bin Topics with Additional Picture Books, Supplementary Activities, and Snacks for a Complete Toddler Program (Busy Toddler, Happy Mom)
By Gayle Jervis, Kristen Jervis Cacka
This Sensory Play book is the essential Sensory Bin Program for Toddlers. This book contains over 65 sensory bin topics with picture books, supplementary activities and snacks to stimulate your child.
Sensory Play activities provide opportunities to:
- Encourage exploration
- Learn new concepts
- Increase creativity
- Develop small motor skills
- Expand vocabulary
Who will enjoy these activities?
This book was written as part of our Busy Toddler, Happy Mom Series and therefore is suitable for your child who is over eighteen months old. However, if you also have a preschooler, this book is also really appropriate for your older child since he or she will enjoy all the sensory bins and activities but with even greater understanding of the topics. As in our first book, this book was designed to increase your fun and interaction with your little people.
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About the Author
Gayle Jervis is a former educator, former home school mom and currently a grandma of four. She has a passion for helping young moms and grandmas plan activities to enjoy their time with their children and grandchildren while ensuring the children continue to develop necessary skills.
Kristen Jervis Cacka received her Bachelor of Commerce degree in 2007. She has currently chosen to stay home with her daughters and is constantly looking for new ways to keep her daughters stimulated and engaged.